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Thread: playing with imovies... and the boys cubes again

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    Chris,

    Remember that iMovie will also work with the still photos that you have. One thing that I've done is taken my vacation photos (Disney Cruise, etc), bring them into iMovie as stills, add effects to them (Ken Burns, etc.), add a soundtrack and export the whole mess to iDvd. Makes a spectacular presentation that you can view on your TV. Or make gifts of the DVD's for your friends!

    With your space pictures, I can imagine some unbelievable movies and DVD's.

    Tom (... I just LOVE this stuff)

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    OK That all sounds pretty insanely cool mate -


    looks like I'm going to be a busy bunny

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    Blast dial-up! It is completely incompatible with anything video or audio.

    I'll try to look at the video at the office tomorrow. Absolutely want to see Thomas in action!

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    Daniel says that he needs to practice more so that he can get the world record!

















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    Is that in real-time or speeded up?
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    It is real time but I agree it looks a bit jerky in places. His record is 45 seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 134238
    It is real time but I agree it looks a bit jerky in places. His record is 45 seconds.
    WOW! Even more impressive. I seriously thought it was sped up- not because it looked like it was, just because I didn't believe anyone could do it that quickly, never mind someone so young! He is seriously talented.
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    It's not sped up. I've seen Thomas perform live and he really is that scary.

    He told me from memory the world record times for every cube that he owns and his fastest times for them. I was backing away slowly. :wink:

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    if I remember correctly

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    And he kept following me saying "wait, you haven't seen the awesome power of the 7 cube yet."


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